Definitions for FLOP
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word FLOP.
floating-point operation, flopnoun
an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers
"this computer can perform a million flops per second"
flop, dud, washoutnoun
someone who is unsuccessful
flop, bust, fizzlenoun
a complete failure
"the play was a dismal flop"
the act of throwing yourself down
"he landed on the bed with a great flop"
"He flopped into a chair"
fall suddenly and abruptly
fall through, fall flat, founder, flopadverb
fail utterly; collapse
"The project foundered"
with a flopping sound
"he tumbled flop into the mud"
"he fell flop on his face"
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
To clap the wings with noise; to play with any noisy motion of a broad body.
Etymology: from flap.
A blackbird was frighted almost to death with a huge flopping kite that she saw over her head. Roger L'Estrange.
to clap or strike, as a bird its wings, a fish its tail, etc.; to flap
to turn suddenly, as something broad and flat
to strike about with something broad abd flat, as a fish with its tail, or a bird with its wings; to rise and fall; as, the brim of a hat flops
to fall, sink, or throw one's self, heavily, clumsily, and unexpectedly on the ground
act of flopping
Etymology: [A variant of flap.]
Flop was an early-1990s pop punk band from Seattle, Washington. The band formed in 1990, released recordings on the Frontier and Sony 550 record labels, and made a brief appearance in Doug Pray's motion picture documentary Hype!.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
flop, v.t. to cause to hang down.—v.i. to plump down suddenly: to break down.—n. a fall plump on the ground.—adv. Flop′pily.—n. Flop′piness.—adj. Flop′py. [A form of flap.]
a falliure, something planned to be big but totaly failed. Your bitchass crew aint shit, but a flop -- Underground G's (Jay-X VS. The Bloods)
The numerical value of FLOP in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of FLOP in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
A proven franchise sets a floor on sales, and few sequels flop, so they are far less risky than new intellectual property.
Abe's speech sparked speculation that he won't be sitting idly to let the economy flop. Investors thought there will be a rebooting of Abenomics.
We normally have no electricity. We skip experiments in electrical physics and switchboard designs. Our test marks flop, and are inferior to students in city schools that have better power supplies.
Another day, another flip-flop from Sen. Ted Cruz, only a few months ago, Sen. Cruz used his opposition to the Renewable Fuel Standard calling for it to be phased out before 2022 as a prime example of him not being a career politician. Today, he changed his position.
She was walking by herself and she had on one flip flop and one tennis shoe.
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Translations for FLOP
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- просвам се, провалBulgarian
- propadnout, zhroutitCzech
- versagen, hinplumpsen, Flop, Misserfolg, plumpsenGerman
- desplomarse, fracasarSpanish
- floppi, romahtaa, lysähtää, lyyhistyä, läjä, läsähtää, flopataFinnish
- bide, faire un flop, faire un bide, flop, être un fiasco, s'effondrer, four, fiasco, faire un fourFrench
- mancare il traguardo, fare un buco nell'acqua, sacco di letame, insuccesso, fallimento, fare fiasco, fallire, crollare, fiasco, sacco di merdaItalian
- neervallen, drol, floppen, sisser, mislukking, afgaan, instorten, sof, afgang, neerploffen, fiasco, neerzijgen, inzakkenDutch
- klapa, niewypałPolish
- неудача, плюхнуться, фиаско, плюхаться, провал, потерпеть неудачу, провалитьсяRussian
- fiasko, floppSwedish
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